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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Good evening guys.

My fiancée and I desperately need your help!

We filled in the required I-129F form for the application for a K1 Visa, as is normal. However, due to our excitement maybe, we didn't send all our details (package) with this form, assuming this would be looked into further down the process.

However now we have received a NOID (Notice of Intent to Deny) as we have not sent required evidence/documentation.

I have emailed a few attorneys to help us put together the required pack, however at the moment we just cannot afford $1400 to put a pack together.

I Was wondering if anybody could help with this?!

Required (as per the NOID) is:

- Petitioner's G-325A

- Beneficiary's G-325A

- Photos (please submit two photos of petitioner)

- Petitioner's US Citizenship (is a passport copy enough?)

- Beneficiary's Intent to Marry (do I just make a statement claiming that i will marry my fiancée?)

- In Person Meeting Requirement (we have tons of pictures proving to have visited each other four times over the past year. Do we send all the photos? Are scanned sports tickets acceptable etc? What guys?)

My fiancee and I are so in love guys and this is heartbreaking. We need serious advice as we have 30days to send the package off.

Anything would be appreciated.

Thanks guys,

Ben

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Portugal
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There is a wealth of information in the K1 guides, up on the top of the page. Have you looked at it yet?

The K1 journey:                                                                                                                             The AOS journey:

11/09/2013 - I-129F Packet mailed to Dallas Lockbox                                                                                         06/22/2015 - AOS packet mailed to Chicago Lockbox

02/14/2014 - Case shipped to Embassy, where it waited for over a year at my request                                 11/07/2015 - AOS approved (EAD and AP had already been approved) - there was no interview

05/21/2015 - Interview - Approved

06/19/2015 - Wedding (L) 

                                                                                                                                                                      

The ROC journey:                                                                                                                         

10/12/2017 - ROC packet mailed to VSC

01/21/2019 - ROC Approved - there was no interview

 

The N-400 journey:

02/16/2020 - N-400 application filed online

02/21/2020 - Paper NOA received in the mail

03/13/2020 - Biometrics

02/02/2021 - Interview & test - Approved

02/05/2021 - Oath Ceremony

 

 

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Good evening guys.

My fiancée and I desperately need your help!

We filled in the required I-129F form for the application for a K1 Visa, as is normal. However, due to our excitement maybe, we didn't send all our details (package) with this form, assuming this would be looked into further down the process.

However now we have received a NOID (Notice of Intent to Deny) as we have not sent required evidence/documentation.

I have emailed a few attorneys to help us put together the required pack, however at the moment we just cannot afford $1400 to put a pack together.

I Was wondering if anybody could help with this?!

Required (as per the NOID) is:

- Petitioner's G-325A

- Beneficiary's G-325A

- Photos (please submit two photos of petitioner)

- Petitioner's US Citizenship (is a passport copy enough?)

- Beneficiary's Intent to Marry (do I just make a statement claiming that i will marry my fiancée?)

- In Person Meeting Requirement (we have tons of pictures proving to have visited each other four times over the past year. Do we send all the photos? Are scanned sports tickets acceptable etc? What guys?)

My fiancee and I are so in love guys and this is heartbreaking. We need serious advice as we have 30days to send the package off.

Anything would be appreciated.

Thanks guys,

Ben

Met in Ormoc, Leyte, Philippines: 2007-05-17
Our son was born in Borongan, Eastern Samar, Philippines: 2009-04-01
Married in Borongan, Eastern Samar, Philippines: 2009-10-24
CR-1 Visa - California Service Center; Consulate - Manila, Philippines
I-130 mailed: 2010-04-13
I-130 NOA1: 2010-04-24
I-130 NOA2: 2010-09-30
NVC received case: 2010-10-14
Case Complete: 2010-12-01
Interview scheduled: 2010-12-06
Medical, St. Luke's, Manila: 2010-12-09 and 2010-12-10
Interview at US Embassy in Manila 8:30 AM: 2011-01-05 - Approved!
Visa delivered: 2011-01-08
CFO Seminar completed: 2011-01-10
My beloved wife Sol and my beautiful son Nathan arrive in the U.S. (POE San Francisco): 2011-01-26
Lifting Conditions - Vermont Service Center
Date mailed: 2012-11-01
Receipt date: 2012-11-05
NOA received: 2012-11-09
Biometrics letter received: 2012-11-16
Biometrics appointment date: 2012-12-10
Biometrics walk-in successful: 2012-11-20
Removal of Conditions approved date: 2013-04-27
10 year green card mailed: 2013-05-03
10 year green card received: 2013-05-06
Citizenship
N400 mailed: 2013-10-28
N400 delivered: 2013-10-31
NOA1: 2013-11-04
Biometrics: 2013-11-18
In Line: 2013-12-26
Interview scheduled: 2013-12-30
Interview: 2014-02-03

Oath ceremony queue: 2014-02-07

Oath ceremony: 2014-03-28 Sol is a U.S. citizen

Applied for expedited passport: 2014-04-01

Passport received, Priority Express: 2014-04-09 This is journey's end at last!

Naturalization certificate returned, Priority Mail: 2014-04-12

Passport card received, First Class: 2014-04-14

1457 days, I-130 mailed to passport in hand

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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i've looked at the help guys i guess i just want to make sure everything is perfect as we basically have one shot to get this right! :(

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Egypt
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The number one thing I would do is make sure all of the items that require an original signature be mailed to the US Citizen as soon as possible. It looks like a G-325A and a letter of intent are what is listed that requires an original signature--no photocopies. My letter of intent was longer than it probably had to be, but as long as you state that you intend to marry within the 90 days of entrance, it should be sufficient.

As for the proof of meeting...official things like passport stamps, boarding passes...are some of the best evidence. There's other evidence you could use...receipts showing you were in the same country/town at the same time, tickets if they have names on them (we had tickets from Disneyland Paris with our names on them--with the same dates), and pictures can add to the evidence, but it's not generally a stand alone evidence of your meeting.

Either a copy of the passport or a birth certificate should be sent to prove the petitioner's citizenship.

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ROC

3.6.2017     Mailed I-751

3.7.2017     NOA sent

3.23.2017   Biometrics Appointment

2.26.2018   I-751 Transferred to Local Office

3.5.2018     I-751 Received in Local Office

5.1.2018     Case Transferred; Preliminary Review Done; transferred to NBC in Lee's Summit, MO

5.3.2018     Case Transferred

7.24.2018   Joint interview approved

7.30.2018   Green Card received

Naturalization

3.15.2018   Filed N 400 Online

3.15.2018   USCIS sent the receipt

3.16.2018   USCIS sent biometrics letter

6.14.2018   Interview Notice sent

7.24.2018   Naturalization Interview; approved

9.26.2018   Oath Ceremony Scheduled

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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That's great, thanks for that!

Yes I did think the g-325a will need to be hand-written by myself and I can also send passport copied of myself just to be on the safe side.

I'm thinking of having a proof of meeting section followed by a relationship section. Where I'll include a screenshot log of FaceTime and viber records.

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